Talk:High Charity bird

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Do NOT redirect this to Dino-Bird, as they are two completely different things. CommanderTony instructed me to name is as such, so yeah. Cheers, RickrollerGeneralÌṂρεσάḹόґMyVictoriesFile:Cavalier_achievement.gif|28px]] 13:15, 21 August 2008 (UTC)

We need a different name though. High Charity Bird is the best I can think of. There's no such thing as "Dinosaurus" anyway. Though, I guess the High Charity ones are for food (maybe explaining the gardens), whilst Delta Halos are native.Forerunner 18:01, 21 August 2008 (UTC)
Ok, that's fine. I won't rollback your edit. ;) It's just that CommanderTony told me to name it this. In a way, I guess your right. RickrollerGeneralÌṂρεσάḹόґMyVictoriesFile:Cavalier_achievement.gif|28px]] 22:36, 21 August 2008 (UTC)

I looked at the files in the HighCharity map file. Theres only one ambient creature. And it happens to be a seagull.


Wouldn't it be far more convenient just to call this thing "High Charity bird" or "Bird (High Charity)"? Everyone can see it's a description instead of an official name. Plus, "ambient life-form" is a fairly nondescript and vague title. A life form could mean anything, like those little bugs on some of the floors in High Charity. In my opinion, the use of "unidentified" or "unnamed" should be avoided in article titles wherever possible (most of the time, it's not an option, but in this case, it is). It's far more reasonable, to me at least, to use a title that's clearly a description and put a note of it to the page. --Jugus (Talk | Contribs) 20:48, August 31, 2010 (UTC)

The actual model file for the High Charity bird is that of an Earth seagull. Wasn't used in the Mombasa levels strangely enough, but Bungie modeled it nonetheless. Not that it really adds anything, but the critters inside High Charity you just mentioned are in the game code as a "Space Roach". But that's done often in Halo game code, just like 'space crate' and so on.:) - ScaleMaster117 (talk) 15:51, 3 July 2013 (EDT)